Raul Zambrano (email@example.com)
Fri, 28 May 1999 06:33:50 -0400
We have been using ht://Dig for a while now with godd success.
We are know working on some sort of 'knowledge site' where about 8-10
facilitators (who gather information) are in charge of adding new
resources and links. Each of these persons works on a specific thematic
area and has identified at least 20 web sites that there will lie to
check on a daily basis and get from them the latets news and materials
for the 'knowledge site'.
Can we use ht://dig to tell us, more or less automatically, which items
were added to the web sites (the 20 or so) we are indexing on a daily
basis? facilitators will save a lot of time if they could just get on a
daily basis a "resource page' where they will only see the new items
that were added since yesterday to the sites we are monitoring.
Is this feasible with ht::/DIG?
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